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U.S. Army Sgt. Michael Eddington (middle) engages the enemy with his teammates during the Fort Polk Warrior Week paintball tournament at the installation’s MWR range. Warrior Week hosted a series of sports competitions pitting the post’s units against each other. (Photo by Spc. Eric Provost)

Housing Services Office

The Housing Services Office is prepared to help you with all of your housing needs. They will help you find the right permanent housing accommodations when you arrive at Fort Polk and can help you start your search for a new home when it’s time to relocate to your next PCS location. To contact the Housing Services Office, call 337-531-6000. For more information on housing services at Fort Polk, visit!pg=post&sp=welcome.

Military Family Housing

Military family housing at Fort Polk is provided by Corvias Military Living. Fort Polk family housing consists of three communities with new, renovated and traditional single-family homes. Most utilities are included in your rent. Landscaping services, 24-hour emergency maintenance services, and trash and recycling services are provided. Neighborhoods feature community centers, playgrounds, a dog park, pools and more. There are also monthly events for residents.

Fort Polk family housing allows pets with certain restrictions. In general, residents may have two pets, though certain dog breeds and exotic animals are not allowed.

For more information about homes and amenities at Fort Polk, visit the Corvias Military Living website at

Unaccompanied Housing

Fort Polk has 1 1 quarters on post. Single E-5s and below are required to reside on post. All single soldiers in grades E-1 through E-5 must report to Building 1635, Warriors Keep, on Alabama and Louisiana Avenue. It is open 24/7. Pregnant soldiers who are 6 months pregnant may get a Certificate of Non-Availability for BAH at the without dependent rate to live off the installation or privatize quarters. Visit the Housing Services Office or!pg=post&sp=welcome for more information.

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